Day 2! King Willem-Alexander & Queen Máxima Attend Human Rights Seminar, Meet With The Prime Minister & More During Oslo Visit — Pics

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Nov. 10 2021, Published 3:09 p.m. ET

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They're on the move! King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima of the Netherlands were spotted attending a human rights seminar on Wednesday, November 10 — their second day in Oslo, Norway.

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The blonde beauty wore a blue and yellow dress, while her hubby looked sharp in a dark blue suit.

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The King and Queen exited the car with grace!

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Meanwhile, some of the Norway royalsCrown Princess Mette-Marit and Queen Sonja — were also in attendance.

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Meanwhile, King Harald posed with King Willem-Alexander.

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"In the digital age, information is easily exchanged online, but at the same time tension is arising between freedom of expression on the one hand and the increase in cyberbullying, insults and incitement to hatred on the other," a note read of the event.

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The message continued, "King Willem-Alexander, Queen Máxima and the Royal Couple of Norway attend a seminar on human rights and freedom of expression. There is talk of combating hate speech online. Organizations that work with young people and the consequences of online hate speech share their experiences."

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"The seminar will take place in the Deichman Bjørvika Library, which this year won the prize for the best public library in the world," the note said.

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Later that day, the couple met with Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre.

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"The Royal Couple speaks with Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre of Norway. Afterwards, the King gives a short speech during a luncheon with the Norwegian government: 'Norwegians are not known for boasting or pretentiousness. Equality is a passion in this country. Everyone's input and know-how is welcome. When Norwegians open their mouths, you would do well to listen, because there is a good chance that you will hear something meaningful,'" another caption read.

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"King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima speak with Dutch people living in Norway about their work and life. They do this during the Reception of the Dutch Community (ONG), a customary part of the King's state visits abroad. The King also gives a short speech," a message said.

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"The naval ship Ms. Rotterdam regularly participates in training courses in Norwegian waters and today moors in the port of Oslo. The Royal Couple visits the ship for a meeting about defense cooperation between the Netherlands and Norway," another caption said. "The current security situation and challenges, influence on policy and possibilities for deepening cooperation are discussed. The cooperation between the two countries is also discussed, including the annual mountain and winter training sessions in northern Norway, which have been taking place for 50 years."

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